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2007 | 15 | 5-59
Article title

Lidové obrození a lidoví buditelé. Se zřetelem na sociální stratifikaci lidového národního hnutí 1800–1850

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NATIONAL REVIVAL AND REVIVALISTS. SOCIAL STRATIFICATION OF THE NATIONAL REVIVAL MOVEMENT 1800-1850
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CS
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During the first half of the 19th century the existing social structures were incessantly disintegrating and at the same time new structures were appearing. This process is in Czech historiography commonly known as the 'National Revival'. Historians have viewed this historical period from different viewpoints that were strongly influenced by the contemporary methodological and even ideological positions. The National Revival was a very complex and structured process that was due, in addition to the objective historical trends, also to heterogeneous social components of the changing Czech society (townsmen, petty bourgeoisie and rural population, wage laborers, craftsmen, farmers, businessmen, clerks, artists, intelligentsia, priests, emerging industrial and financial bourgeoisie, etc.) Each social element made a specific contribution to the National Revival process, which must be studied in its entirety.
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  • I. Pfaff, Moderni dejiny, redakce, Historicky ustav Akademie ved Ceske Republiky, v.v.i., Prosecka 76, 190 00 Praha 9, Czech Republic
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08CZAAAA04789104
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